No. The engine starts the car.
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its starts loosing bounce as soon as the can is opened
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Someone suggested that it may be caused by the "bendix" (which is pushed forward when turning the ignition key to engage the flywheel) Instead of the bendix retracting back to its original position once the engine starts, it may be getting stuck (engaged) with the flywheel.
It starts at 23,000
Your ignition switch is getting ready to burn out, the contact inside slowly burns off. I had one go at around 90k miles and it's starting to do it again at 170k.
In hot weather my Honda Accord 2000 starts but idles rough and dies.
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Could be a number of things.1.Battery.2.Empty Tank.3.Broken fuel pump.4.Spark plugs.
If the injectors on a 1991 Honda Accord are working well than proceed to check the main relay and fuel filter. Replace the components if they are worn and check the engine with a diagnostic test.
Sounds like starter going bad.
I recommend you change them at 100,000 miles unless the engine starts to run rough, miss, or get poor fuel economy before that.
the engine will turn over a few times before starting, if it starts, and it will feel sluggish
The key is not supposed to stay in the 'On' position when starting a 1994 Z24. When a person starts a vehicle, the key is turned to the far right. When the engine starts the key automatically goes one section to the left. If the key is turning too far and making the engine shut off, then the ignition has to be changed.
Could be a main engine relay problem.
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Turn the ignition switch clockwise until it starts, then release.
All I can do is give you starting prices. It really just depends on how you configure the truck. The F-150 starts at $21,850. The F-250 starts at $28,500. The F-350 starts at $28,983. The F-450 starts at $46,500. The F-450 has such a high starting cost because it comes standard with the crew cab, long bed, 4WD, and the diesel engine.
Yes, the battery starts the engine, and as long as the battery is fully charged the engine will start. The battery will loose it's charge if the alternator is defective and not replenishing the charge of the battery but the alternator has nothing to do with starting the engine.
if you hear a rattle during starting then its a dephaser pulley which will require removal of the cam belt (expensive)
check your ignition coil. that's what happen to me when the engine get hot the car stop.